Travel to Chios
is right in the middle of the Eastern Aegean Sea and has everyday air and sea connection with the Greek mainland, as well as with other Aegean islands, and also with the opposite Turkish coast.
- Chios has daily air connections with Athens and Thessaloniki, two to three times a week with Lemnos, Lesvos, Samos and Rhodes.
- It is connected to Ljubljana by direct charter flights, once a week.
- Daily ferry connection with Piraeus and Lesvos, with Thessaloniki two to three times a week. Chios is also a stopover on the route that connects the Eastern Aegean, starting from Kavala and reaching as far as Ikaria.
- Daily ferry connection with Cesme, Turkey
- Daily ferry connection with Psara and Oinousses
Transportation within the island
In order to move around Chios you can use the urban and intercity buses, rent a car or motorbike, or use a taxi. Taxis in Chios are coloured burgundy and white, whereas taxis that operate to the villages are silver-coloured.
If you wish to move around town, it is a good idea to walk or cycle.